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Crushing, Grapes, Home Winemaking, Pressing

Crush Time

Crush Time

You have to be flexible to make wine. This past Friday, I was just a guy on his way to a weekend getaway in Deep Creek, Maryland. On Sunday, I rushed home from said vacation to load more than 350 pounds of grapes into my car. A call came from Dr. Bob […]

by × October 13, 2014 × 2 comments

Wine Drinking

2013 – Time to Drink Green

2013 – Time to Drink Green

Earth is a pretty great place, isn’t it? I think we can all agree on that*. We get to live on it. It’s very beautiful. We have lots of water and an excellent atmosphere. Each one of us bears a responsibility to protect it. Taking steps to lessen the impact that we have on the environment […]

by × February 5, 2013 × 1 comment

Home Winemaking

A Note About Aging

A Note About Aging

Aging, as it relates to wine, happens at two critical points: during the winemaking process, at my house, and when it’s in the bottle, at your house. Aging, as it relates to me personally, apparently happens on a continuous basis. And I age at my house, your house, and everywhere […]

by × January 3, 2013 × 0 comments

Trends

I, for One, Welcome our New Robot Overlords

I, for One, Welcome our New Robot Overlords

Last week, I suspected (and told you) that this blog would be dark for a year. But we’re going to try to keep going. We may not have a house, but we do have computers and internet connections. I don’t know what that says about us, or society, but this blog […]

by × November 2, 2012 × 0 comments